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Here's What Los Angeles Would Be Like Without Immigrants

Los Angeles wouldn’t be the city it is today without the contributions of immigrants. Take it from Los Angeles magazine, which released a video last week exploring the integral roles immigrants play in the city’s culture, economy and history. Aptly titled “What Would L.A. Be Like Without Immigrants?”, the short video breaks down immigrants’ contributions to the city by the numbers, noting that they account for more than a third of the population, 64.
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